Inclusion Service Opportunities

We are various opportunities to join our Inclusion Service to support young people within the community.

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A place of opportunity where all children and young people are happy, healthy and achieving.

In North Yorkshire we believe that every child should have the opportunity to reach their full potential.

Our Children and Young People's Service

Our children and young people's service brings together education and children’s social care to provide joined up, integrated services for children, young people and their families.

The key objectives of the children and young people's service are set out in "Young and Yorkshire 2", the Children and Young People's Plan under three key strategic priorities:

  • Ensuring that education is our greatest liberator, with a greater proportion of pupils attending a good or outstanding school or setting;
  • Helping all children enjoy a happy family life, with a safe reduction in the looked after child population;
  • Ensuring a healthy start to life, with more children and young people leading healthy lifestyles.

The plan has been written for all children, young people and their families in North Yorkshire. It was written by the North Yorkshire Children’s Trust, a partnership that represents all the agencies working with children and young people across the county.

You can  view the Young and Yorkshire 2 plan here (pdf / 7 MB).

The Inclusion Service works in partnership with all schools and settings within North Yorkshire. We aim to ensure that children and young people with special education needs and disabilities and social, emotional and mental health needs achieve in education and are able to live fulfilling lives.

We plan to make certain high quality local provision meets the identified care and educational needs of these children and young people. It aims to strengthen choice, control and influence for parents / carers, children and young people as well as improving educational outcomes.

This may involve children excluded from school where they will receive their education in their home until another provision has been made to get the child back into mainstream school or a young person who due to medical reasons cannot access mainstream education for a period of time.

You will find our current vacancies below. 

Locality SEND Manager
Salary: £48,000 to £55,840
Grade: SM1
Hours: 37 hours
Contract: Established
Location: Harrogate - travel across Harrogate and Craven

 

We are looking for a Locality SEND Manager to join our Inclusion Team in Harrogate. 

Here at North Yorkshire County Council we are passionate about promoting high aspirations and expectations for children and young people and we are looking for a Locality SEND Manager to join us as we champion the needs of children and young people with high need SEND (0-25) and their families.

You will be responsible for the coordination and management oversight of case work of children and young people referred for support from the local authority including children and young people with SEND, medical needs, at risk of exclusion and those that require an alternative curriculum. You will support multi-agency involvement and co-ordination of complex case work to ensure educational needs are identified and addressed. You will also be responsible for the management of a team of Officers providing professional expertise and leadership for the implementation of the Local Authority's statutory responsibilities for children and young people 0-25 years with Special Educational Needs.

To be successful you must:

  • hold a Degree level qualification in a related discipline;
  • Be able to demonstrate substantial and relevant experience of working with children and young people in education;
  • Have extensive experience in children’s services, including management of cases with complex legal, professional and ethical issues including case conferences and other formal processes and proceedings, and;
  • A proven track record of strategic planning skills and ability to implement and embed effectively

In return for your hard work and dedication to our service, we can offer you the chance to be part of a strong and supportive team. You will also benefit from a variety of competitive employee rewards such as local government pension scheme, retail discounts and access to green car scheme which is just one of a range of salary sacrifice schemes available. 

If you would like more information, please contact Nikki Joyce on 01609 532257 for an informal conversation.
 

Key dates

Closing date: 22 June 
Interview date: 2 July

Key information

Apply

Enhanced Level DBS Disclosure is required for appointment to this post.  
 
NYCC are committed to directly recruiting staff and will not accept applications nor services from agency suppliers in respect of our vacancies.  

We are committed to meeting the needs of our diverse community and aim to have a workforce reflecting this diversity. We are also committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults. We expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

SEN Caseworker Officer
Salary: £29,636 - £32,029 
Grade: J
Hours: 37 hours
Contract: Established
Location: Harrogate/Ripon/Knaresborough/Craven

 
This is an exciting opportunity to be part of a growing multidisciplinary SEND team. We are passionate about promoting high aspirations and expectations for children and young people and we are looking for a SEN Caseworker to join us as we champion the needs of children and young people with high need SEND (0-25) and their families. 
 
As SEN Caseworker Officer you will work with children and young people and their families through the statutory assessment process for SEND. The role will involve communicating effectively and working collaboratively with a variety of partner agencies and organisations both internally within NYCC and externally to co-ordinate Education, Health and Care Assessments and Education, Health and Care Plans (EHCPs) in line with statutory guidance. 
 
The ideal candidate will have experience of working with children and young people with SEND or additional needs in children’s services including; management of cases with complex legal, professional and ethical issues including case conferences and other statutory processes and procedures. You will be responsible for managing a caseload of children and young people either with EHCPs or undergoing statutory assessment whilst providing professional expertise around the SEND process and relevant legislation and guidance. You will be focused on achieving positive life outcomes for children; establishing respectful, trusting relationships with children, young people, their families and carers. 
 
We would encourage applicants to contact Nikki Joyce on 01609 532257 for an informal conversation. 

Key dates

Closing date: 22 June 
Interview date: week commencing 30 June TBC

Key information

Apply

Enhanced Level DBS Disclosure is required for appointment to this post.  
 
NYCC are committed to directly recruiting staff and will not accept applications nor services from agency suppliers in respect of our vacancies.  

We are committed to meeting the needs of our diverse community and aim to have a workforce reflecting this diversity. We are also committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults. We expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

Speech and Language Therapist- Personalised Learning Pathways
Grade: K
Salary: £32,029 - £34,788 per annum pro rata
Hours: 18 hrs 
Contract: Established
Location: Countywide. 

This is an exciting opportunity to be part of the PLP programme which supports young people (16-25) to develop and progress through a person-centred programme. The programme is based on a clear understanding of how each person learns best; strategies that will help them achieve their goals and the support they require within the learning environment.

As PLP Speech and Language Therapist you will work across the PLP hubs to develop speech, language and communication provision for young adults with learning disabilities; including working directly with young people, either on a one-to-one basis or group environment. You will manage a caseload and in accordance with service policies and professional role, deliver a range of specific evidence based speech and language therapy interventions.

You will work collaboratively and innovatively as part of a multi-disciplinary team to enhance personalised, functional packages of support and intervention for young people and support and advise the education staff, and parents on a wide range of organisational and curriculum issues relating to speech language and communication needs. In addition, you will work to develop and sustain integrated working and effective relationships with health, statutory and voluntary agencies, and professionals within the broader range of services for children and families to support young people, specifically within the SEND locality hub and PLP. 

The ideal candidate will be a qualified Speech and Language Therapist with experience of working with young people with speech, language and communication needs. You will be focused on achieving positive life outcomes for young people and establishing respectful, trusting relationships with young people, their families and carers. 

We would encourage applicants to contact Rachel Comerford on 01609 798757 for an informal conversation. 

Key dates:

Closing date: 11 June 2020
Interview date: 19, 22, 23 June 2020

Key information

Apply

Enhanced Level DBS Disclosure is required for appointment to this post.  

NYCC are committed to directly recruiting staff and will not accept applications nor services from agency suppliers in respect of our vacancies.  
We are committed to meeting the needs of our diverse community and aim to have a workforce reflecting this diversity. We are also committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults. We expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
 

SEN Caseworker Officer
Salary: £29,636 - £32,029 per annum pro rata
Grade: J
Hours: 37 hours
Contract: Established
Location: Scarborough

 
This is an exciting opportunity to be part of a growing multidisciplinary SEND team. We are passionate about promoting high aspirations and expectations for children and young people and we are looking for a SEN Caseworker to join us as we champion the needs of children and young people with high need SEND (0-25) and their families. 
 
As SEN Caseworker Officer you will work with children and young people and their families through the statutory assessment process for SEND. The role will involve communicating effectively and working collaboratively with a variety of partner agencies and organisations both internally within NYCC and externally to co-ordinate Education, Health and Care Assessments and Education, Health and Care Plans (EHCPs) in line with statutory guidance. 
 
The ideal candidate will have experience of working with children and young people with SEND or additional needs in children’s services including; management of cases with complex legal, professional and ethical issues including case conferences and other statutory processes and procedures. You will be responsible for managing a caseload of children and young people either with EHCPs or undergoing statutory assessment whilst providing professional expertise around the SEND process and relevant legislation and guidance. You will be focused on achieving positive life outcomes for children; establishing respectful, trusting relationships with children, young people, their families and carers. 
 
We would encourage applicants to contact Nikki Joyce on 01609 532257 for an informal conversation. 

Key dates

Closing date: 11 June 
Interview date: 19, 22, 23 June

Key information

Apply

Enhanced Level DBS Disclosure is required for appointment to this post.  
 
NYCC are committed to directly recruiting staff and will not accept applications nor services from agency suppliers in respect of our vacancies.  

We are committed to meeting the needs of our diverse community and aim to have a workforce reflecting this diversity. We are also committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults. We expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

Specialist Practitioner (Cognition and Learning)
Grade H
Salary: £24,313 to £26,999
Full time – Term Time only plus 2 weeks.
Permanent
Posts: 3
Locations: Hambleton and Richmondshire
                   Scarborough, Whitby & Ryedale
                   Harrogate, Knaresborough, Ripon & Craven

We are looking for 3 Specialist Practitioners to join our Inclusion Services in various locations across North Yorkshire.

Our Inclusion Service works in partnership with all schools and settings to promote the inclusion, participation and achievement of children and young people with SEND. These services are allocated into SEND hubs, coordinating provision at a locality level across CYPS as a whole, to ensure needs are met holistically.

You will be responsible for managing a peripatetic caseload as specified by the line manager and in accordance with service policies and deliver effective support and intervention for children and young people with cognition and learning needs, 0-25, in a variety of context, including home and school.

This role involves a specialist level of spoken communications so a confident use of English language is required. 

To be successful you must:

  • Be able to demonstrate experience of working with pupils with cognition and learning needs and have experience of working with families of children and young people with Cognition and Learning needs;
  • Have experience of working within educational settings, and;
  • Be able to demonstrate recent experience as a peripatetic Teaching Assistant or Support Practitioner

In return for your hard work and dedication to our service, we can offer you the chance to be part of a strong and supportive team. You will also benefit from a variety of competitive employee rewards such as local government pension scheme, retail discounts and access to green car scheme which is just one of a range of salary sacrifice schemes available. 

If you would like more information, please contact Clare Leonard on 01609 798928 for an informal conversation.

Key dates:

Closing date: 11 June 2020
Interview date: 19, 22 or 23 June

Key information:

Apply

Enhanced Level DBS Disclosure is required for appointment to this post.  
 
NYCC are committed to directly recruiting staff and will not accept applications nor services from agency suppliers in respect of our vacancies.  

We are committed to meeting the needs of our diverse community and aim to have a workforce reflecting this diversity. We are also committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults. We expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. 

Specialist Practitioner (Communication and Interaction)
Grade H
Salary: £24,313 to £26,999
Full time – Term Time only plus 2 weeks.
Permanent 37 hrs
Locations: Harrogate, Knaresborough, Ripon & Craven

We are looking for 3 Specialist Practitioners to join our Inclusion Services in various locations across North Yorkshire.

Our Inclusion Service works in partnership with all schools and settings to promote the inclusion, participation and achievement of children and young people with SEND. These services are allocated into SEND hubs, coordinating provision at a locality level across CYPS as a whole, to ensure needs are met holistically.

You will be responsible for managing a peripatetic caseload as specified by the line manager and in accordance with service policies, provide data on children and young people’s progress and outcomes to inform local authority data collection and analysis, service development and professional performance management; to advise children and young people, parents, and staff on the management and use of specialist equipment as necessary and contribute to Individual Education Plans (IEPs) and specific programmes of work.  

One cohort of Specialist Practitioners will have a Speech, Language and Communication specialism, the others will have an autism specialism, but it is the same role.

This role involves a specialist level of spoken communications so a confident use of English language is required. 

To be successful you must:

  • Be able to demonstrate experience of working with pupils with communication needs and have experience of working with families of children and young people with Autism or SLCN
  • Have experience of working within educational settings, and;
  • Be able to demonstrate recent experience as a peripatetic Teaching Assistant or Support Practitioner

In return for your hard work and dedication to our service, we can offer you the chance to be part of a strong and supportive team. You will also benefit from a variety of competitive employee rewards such as local government pension scheme, retail discounts and access to green car scheme which is just one of a range of salary sacrifice schemes available. 

If you would like more information, please contact Rachel Comerford on 01609 798757 for an informal conversation.

Key dates:

Closing date: 11 June 2020
Interview date: 19, 22 or 23 June

Key information:

Apply

Enhanced Level DBS Disclosure is required for appointment to this post.  
 
NYCC are committed to directly recruiting staff and will not accept applications nor services from agency suppliers in respect of our vacancies. 

We are committed to meeting the needs of our diverse community and aim to have a workforce reflecting this diversity. We are also committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults. We expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. 

SEMH (Social, Emotional, Mental Health) Practitioner
Grade H
Salary: £24,313 to £26,999
Permanent: Term Time Only plus 2 weeks.
Location: 1 x 37hrs Harrogate, Knaresborough, Ripon & Craven                               1 x 37hrs Hambledon & Richmondshire
                 1 x 26hrs Scarborough, Whitby & Ryedale

We are looking for SEMH Practitioners to join our Inclusion team. Our Service works in partnership with all schools and settings within North Yorkshire to promote the inclusion, participation and achievement of children and young people with SEND.  These services are allocated into SEND hubs, coordinating provision at a locality level across CYPS as a whole, to ensure needs are met holistically.

As SEMH Practitioner you are responsible for determining the nature and underlying causes of SEMH difficulties, planning appropriate support and intervention, supporting access to the curriculum and class activities, developing whole school provision and approaches to meeting needs, including restorative approaches and behaviour policies, and managing challenging behaviour, including de-escalation.

To be successful you must:

  • Have experience of working with pupils with SEMH needs 
  • Be able to demonstrate experience of working with families of SEMH children and young people and recent experience as a peripatetic Teaching Assistant or Support Practitioner 
  • Have experience of working within educational settings

This role involves a specialist level of spoken communications so a confident use of English language is required.

In return for your hard work and dedication to our service, we can offer you the chance to be part of a strong and supportive team. You will also benefit from a variety of competitive employee rewards such as local government pension scheme, retail discounts and access to green car scheme which is just one of a range of salary sacrifice schemes available. 

If you would like more information, please contact Cerys Townend on 01609 798737 for an informal conversation.

Key dates:

Closing date: 11 June 2020
Interview date: 19, 22, 23 June

Key information:

Apply

Enhanced Level DBS Disclosure is required for appointment to this post.  

NYCC are committed to directly recruiting staff and will not accept applications nor services from agency suppliers in respect of our vacancies. 

We are committed to meeting the needs of our diverse community and aim to have a workforce reflecting this diversity. We are also committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults. We expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. 

Speech and Language Therapist
Grade: K
Salary: £32,029 - £34,788 
Contract: Permanent
Location: 1 x 18.5 hrs Selby
                 1 x 18.5 hrs Hambleton and Richmondshire
                 1 x 37 hrs Scarborough, Whitby & Ryedale

We are looking for Speech and Language therapists to join our Inclusion team across North Yorkshire. 

Our service works in partnership with all schools and settings within North Yorkshire to promote the inclusion, participation and achievement of children and young people with SEND. These services are allocated into SEND hubs, coordinating provision at a locality level across CYPS as a whole, to ensure needs are met holistically.

Your responsibility will be to improve the communication skills of the learners by direct intervention, and developing the skills and resources of the staff, support and advise the education staff, children and young people and parents on a wide range of organisational and curriculum issues relating to Speech Language and Communication Needs. Deliver training to professionals, schools and settings relating to Speech, Language and Communication Needs, model and coach interventions with education settings and families, contribute to reports, reviews and re-assessments as required by the SEND team as part of the statutory process, within their professional role, and to manage a caseload as specified by the line manager and in accordance with service policies and professional role, delivering a range of specific evidence based speech and language therapy interventions.

To be successful you must: 

  • Be a qualified Speech and Language Therapist and hold HCPC registration
  • Be able to demonstrate significant experience of assessment and monitoring of SLCN skills and have experience of working with families of children and young people with SLCN
  • Have detailed understanding of the impact of speech, language and communication skills on access to the curriculum, impact on learning and impact on social and emotional development
  • Have knowledge of the importance of the environment and communication partners in developing S&LC skills. 
  • In depth knowledge of current guidance and legislation with respect to Early Years, statutory education and national curriculum delivery, knowledge of statutory requirements of the SEND Code of Practice

This role involves a specialist level of spoken communications so a confident use of English language is required.

In return for your hard work and dedication to our service, we can offer you the chance to be part of a strong and supportive team. You will also benefit from a variety of competitive employee rewards such as local government pension scheme, retail discounts and access to green car scheme which is just one of a range of salary sacrifice schemes available. 

If you would like more information, please contact Cerys Townend on 01609 798737 for an informal conversation.

Key dates:

Closing date: 11 June 2020
Interview date: 19, 22, 23 June

Key information

Apply

Enhanced Level DBS Disclosure is required for appointment to this post.  

NYCC are committed to directly recruiting staff and will not accept applications nor services from agency suppliers in respect of our vacancies. 

We are committed to meeting the needs of our diverse community and aim to have a workforce reflecting this diversity. We are also committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults. We expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. 

Speech Language and Communication Specialist
Grade L
Salary: £34,788 to £38,813 pro rata
Contract: Permanent
Hours: 18.5hrs
Location: Selby

We are looking for a Speech, language and Communication Needs Specialist to join our Inclusion Service.

Our service works in partnership with all schools and settings within North Yorkshire to promote the inclusion, participation and achievement of children and young people with SEND. These services are allocated into SEND hubs, coordinating provision at a locality level across CYPS as a whole, to ensure needs are met holistically.

You will be responsible for working alongside the existing NHS provision for children and young people with SLCN, focusing on educational support. Assessing and identifying the needs of schools, settings and parents / carers in determining the nature and impact of learners’ SLCN, development of inclusive practices to build capacity in schools, oversight of specific caseloads of individual children with SLCN needs- often those needing additional input over and above the NHS offer, planning and modelling appropriate support and intervention, and developing whole school provision and approaches to meeting needs, including integration with school readiness strategies and curriculum developments 

To be successful you must:

  • Be a qualified Speech and Language Therapist or Qualified School teacher with relevant post graduate experience and/or specialist qualification, and HCPC registration if a Speech and Language Therapist
  • Be able to demonstrate significant experience of assessment and monitoring of SLCN skills
  • Have extensive experience of working in an educational context with children and young people with SLCN and be able to demonstrate experience of working with families of children and young people with SLCN

This role involves a specialist level of spoken communications so a confident use of English language is required.

In return for your hard work and dedication to our service, we can offer you the chance to be part of a strong and supportive team. You will also benefit from a variety of competitive employee rewards such as local government pension scheme, retail discounts and access to green car scheme which is just one of a range of salary sacrifice schemes available. 

If you would like more information, please contact Rachel Comerford on 01609 798757 for an informal conversation.

Key dates:

Closing date: 11 June 2020
Interview date: 19, 22, 23 June

Key information:

Apply

Enhanced Level DBS Disclosure is required for appointment to this post.  

NYCC are committed to directly recruiting staff and will not accept applications nor services from agency suppliers in respect of our vacancies. 

We are committed to meeting the needs of our diverse community and aim to have a workforce reflecting this diversity. We are also committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults. We expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. 

Medical Education Service English – Selby
Salary: Teacher pay scale up to Main Scale 4
Contract: Established
Hours: 0.5 FTE

Locations: Posts are available across the county, specifically Selby, Scarborough, Ryedale and Whitby. 

We are excited to be launching the new Medical Education Service from September 2020. The service will help schools to provide continuity in education when a child or young people have been absent from school due to a physical or mental health need.

We are looking to recruit passionate Maths & English teachers and tutors who are eager to play a positive role in a child or young person’s life during what may be a challenging time for them and their family. This is a very rewarding opportunity to be a part of a new service which will ensure a child’s education continues despite their medical need.

About the role

Teachers will be based across Hambleton & Richmondshire, Scarborough/Ryedale/Whitby and Selby and Harrogate/Craven. Travel across the county will sometimes be required.

In this role, you will be responsible for (but not limited to) –

  • Planning and delivering English tuition to children and young people (CYP) ages 5-18 with medical needs, this may be 1:1 or group tuition.
  • Liaising with schools to gather resources and to work alongside school teachers to mark work completed by the children and young people.
  • Developing positive working relationships with children and young people, school, health, parents/carers and any other professionals involved.
  • Supporting and advising schools and settings, and parents on a wide range of organisational and curriculum issues relating to support for children and young people with physical or mental health needs.

 About you

We are seeking applications from those who not only work well as a team but also by themselves and who can build trusting relationships with professionals and families whilst maintaining professional boundaries.    

You must be able to evidence significant experience of working with children and young people (CYP) in an educational setting, with a good understanding of child/young people’s development and learning processes, including statutory requirements of the SEND Code of Practice. It is essential you have qualified teacher status in English along with up to date curriculum knowledge for ages 5-18.

It is vital that you possess the desire, passion and motivation to work with children and young people and have good emotional resilience in working with challenging behaviours and attitudes.

What can we offer you?

Successful candidates will receive a full induction day with the new team, which will include training on special exam arrangements and how to submit evidence for an Education Health Care Plan and CPD days each term.

We can also offer you a range of employee benefits, including a competitive salary, generous leave entitlement, a government pension scheme and access to our ‘Everybody Benefits’ package, which includes a variety of retail discounts. 

You will be fully enabled through mobile kit to work in a highly agile way at locations across designated local authorities.

We can offer you a comprehensive benefits package including:

Modern flexible working practices;
A local government pension scheme;
Family friendly leave;
Salary sacrifice, employee cash backs and discounts schemes; and
Learning, development and career advancement opportunities.
Job Description.pdf

Interested in joining our team?

We would love to speak to you about the opportunities available, please contact Sarah Fawcett, Hub Coordinator by emailing sarah.fawcett@northyorks.gov.uk

Key dates

Closing date: Midnight 9 June
Interview date: 17 June

Key information:

Apply

Enhanced Level DBS Disclosure is required for appointment to this post. 

NYCC are committed to directly recruiting staff and will not accept applications nor services from agency suppliers in respect of our vacancies. 

We are committed to meeting the needs of our diverse community and aim to have a workforce reflecting this diversity. We are also committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults. We expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

Medical Education Service English Teachers - Ryedale
Salary: Teacher pay scale up to Main Scale 4
Contract: Established
Hours: 0.5 FTE
Locations: Ryedale 

We are excited to be launching the new Medical Education Service from September 2020. The service will help schools to provide continuity in education when a child or young people have been absent from school due to a physical or mental health need. 

We are looking to recruit passionate Maths & English teachers and tutors who are eager to play a positive role in a child or young person’s life during what may be a challenging time for them and their family. This is a very rewarding opportunity to be a part of a new service which will ensure a child’s education continues despite their medical need.

About the role 
 
Teachers will be based across Hambleton & Richmondshire, Scarborough/Ryedale/Whitby and Selby and Harrogate/Craven. Travel across the county will sometimes be required. 
 
In this role, you will be responsible for (but not limited to) – 

·       Planning and delivering English tuition to children and young people (CYP) ages 5-18 with medical needs, this may be 1:1 or group tuition.
·       Liaising with schools to gather resources and to work alongside school teachers to mark work completed by the children and young people.
·       Developing positive working relationships with children and young people, school, health, parents/carers and any other professionals involved.
·       Supporting and advising schools and settings, and parents on a wide range of organisational and curriculum issues relating to support for children and young people with physical or mental health needs.

About you 

We are seeking applications from those who not only work well as a team but also by themselves and who can build trusting relationships with professionals and families whilst maintaining professional boundaries.    

You must be able to evidence significant experience of working with children and young people (CYP) in an educational setting, with a good understanding of child/young people’s development and learning processes, including statutory requirements of the SEND Code of Practice. It is essential you have qualified teacher status in English along with up to date curriculum knowledge for ages 5-18.

It is vital that you possess the desire, passion and motivation to work with children and young people and have good emotional resilience in working with challenging behaviours and attitudes. 

What can we offer you?

Successful candidates will receive a full induction day with the new team, which will include training on special exam arrangements and how to submit evidence for an Education Health Care Plan and CPD days each term.
We can also offer you a range of employee benefits, including a competitive salary, generous leave entitlement, a government pension scheme and access to our ‘Everybody Benefits’ package, which includes a variety of retail discounts. You will be fully enabled through mobile kit to work in a highly agile way at locations across designated local authorities. 

We can offer you a comprehensive benefits package including:
Modern flexible working practices;
A local government pension scheme;
Family friendly leave;
Salary sacrifice, employee cash backs and discounts schemes; and
Learning, development and career advancement opportunities.

Interested in joining our team? 

We would love to speak to you about the opportunities available, please contact Sarah Fawcett, Hub Coordinator by emailing sarah.fawcett@northyorks.gov.uk

Key dates

Closing date: Midnight 9 June
Interview date: 17 June

Key information:

Apply

Enhanced Level DBS Disclosure is required for appointment to this post. 

NYCC are committed to directly recruiting staff and will not accept applications nor services from agency suppliers in respect of our vacancies. 

We are committed to meeting the needs of our diverse community and aim to have a workforce reflecting this diversity. We are also committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults. We expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

Medical Education Service Maths – Harrogate
Salary: Teacher pay scale up to Main Scale 4
Contract: Established
Hours: 0.5 FTE

Locations: Posts are available across the county, specifically - Selby and Harrogate

We are excited to be launching the new Medical Education Service from September 2020. The service will help schools to provide continuity in education when a child or young people has been absent from school due to a physical or mental health need.

We are looking to recruit passionate Maths & English teachers and tutors who are eager to play a positive role in a child or young person’s life during what may be a challenging time for them and their family. This is a very rewarding opportunity to be a part of a new service which will ensure a child’s education continues despite their medical need.

About the role

Teachers will be based across Hambleton & Richmondshire, Scarborough/Ryedale/Whitby and Selby and Harrogate/Craven. Travel across the county will sometimes be required.

In this role, you will be responsible for (but not limited to) –

  • Planning and delivering Maths tuition to children and young people (CYP) ages 5-18 with medical needs, this may be 1:1 or group tuition.
  • Liaising with schools to gather resources and to work alongside school teachers to mark work completed by the children and young people.
  • Developing positive working relationships with children and young people, school, health, parents/carers and any other professionals involved.
  • Supporting and advising schools and settings, and parents on a wide range of organisational and curriculum issues relating to support for children and young people with physical or mental health needs.

About you

We are seeking applications from those who not only work well as a team but also by themselves and who can build trusting relationships with professionals and families whilst maintaining professional boundaries.    

You must be able to evidence significant experience of working with children and young people (CYP) in an educational setting, with a good understanding of child/young people’s development and learning processes, including statutory requirements of the SEND Code of Practice. It is essential you have qualified teacher status in Maths along with up to date curriculum knowledge for ages 5-18.

It is vital that you possess the desire, passion and motivation to work with children and young people and have good emotional resilience in working with challenging behaviours and attitudes.

 What can we offer you?

Successful candidates will receive a full induction day with the new team, which will include training on special exam arrangements and how to submit evidence for an Education Health Care Plan and CPD days each term.

We can also offer you a range of employee benefits, including a competitive salary, generous leave entitlement, a government pension scheme and access to our ‘Everybody Benefits’ package, which includes a variety of retail discounts. You will be fully enabled through mobile kit to work in a highly agile way at locations across designated local authorities.

We can offer you a comprehensive benefits package including:

Modern flexible working practices;
A local government pension scheme;
Family friendly leave;
Salary sacrifice, employee cash backs and discounts schemes; and
Learning, development and career advancement opportunities.

Interested in joining our team?

We would love to speak to you about the opportunities available please contact Sarah Fawcett, Hub Coordinator by emailing sarah.fawcett@northyorks.gov.uk

Key dates

Closing date: Midnight 9 June
Interview date: 17 June 

Key information

Apply

Enhanced Level DBS Disclosure is required for appointment to this post. 

NYCC are committed to directly recruiting staff and will not accept applications nor services from agency suppliers in respect of our vacancies. 

We are committed to meeting the needs of our diverse community and aim to have a workforce reflecting this diversity. We are also committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults. We expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

Medical Education Service Maths – Selby
Salary: Teacher pay scale up to Main Scale 4
Contract: Established
Hours: 0.5 FTE

Locations: Posts are available across the county, specifically - Selby and Harrogate

We are excited to be launching the new Medical Education Service from September 2020. The service will help schools to provide continuity in education when a child or young people has been absent from school due to a physical or mental health need.

We are looking to recruit passionate Maths & English teachers and tutors who are eager to play a positive role in a child or young person’s life during what may be a challenging time for them and their family. This is a very rewarding opportunity to be a part of a new service which will ensure a child’s education continues despite their medical need.

About the role

Teachers will be based across Hambleton & Richmondshire, Scarborough/Ryedale/Whitby and Selby and Harrogate/Craven. Travel across the county will sometimes be required.

In this role, you will be responsible for (but not limited to) –

  • Planning and delivering Maths tuition to children and young people (CYP) ages 5-18 with medical needs, this may be 1:1 or group tuition.
  • Liaising with schools to gather resources and to work alongside school teachers to mark work completed by the children and young people.
  • Developing positive working relationships with children and young people, school, health, parents/carers and any other professionals involved.
  • Supporting and advising schools and settings, and parents on a wide range of organisational and curriculum issues relating to support for children and young people with physical or mental health needs.

About you

We are seeking applications from those who not only work well as a team but also by themselves and who can build trusting relationships with professionals and families whilst maintaining professional boundaries.    

You must be able to evidence significant experience of working with children and young people (CYP) in an educational setting, with a good understanding of child/young people’s development and learning processes, including statutory requirements of the SEND Code of Practice. It is essential you have qualified teacher status in Maths along with up to date curriculum knowledge for ages 5-18.

It is vital that you possess the desire, passion and motivation to work with children and young people and have good emotional resilience in working with challenging behaviours and attitudes.

What can we offer you?

Successful candidates will receive a full induction day with the new team, which will include training on special exam arrangements and how to submit evidence for an Education Health Care Plan and CPD days each term.

We can also offer you a range of employee benefits, including a competitive salary, generous leave entitlement, a government pension scheme and access to our ‘Everybody Benefits’ package, which includes a variety of retail discounts. You will be fully enabled through mobile kit to work in a highly agile way at locations across designated local authorities.

We can offer you a comprehensive benefits package including:

Modern flexible working practices;
A local government pension scheme;
Family friendly leave;
Salary sacrifice, employee cash backs and discounts schemes; and
Learning, development and career advancement opportunities.

Interested in joining our team?

We would love to speak to you about the opportunities available please contact Sarah Fawcett, Hub Coordinator by emailing sarah.fawcett@northyorks.gov.uk

Key dates

Closing date: Midnight 9 June
Interview date: 17 June 

Key information

Apply

Enhanced Level DBS Disclosure is required for appointment to this post. 

NYCC are committed to directly recruiting staff and will not accept applications nor services from agency suppliers in respect of our vacancies. 

We are committed to meeting the needs of our diverse community and aim to have a workforce reflecting this diversity. We are also committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults. We expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

Medical Education Service English Teachers - Scarborough
Salary: Teacher pay scale up to Main Scale 4
Contract: Established
Hours: 0.5 FTE
Locations: Scarborough 

We are excited to be launching the new Medical Education Service from September 2020. The service will help schools to provide continuity in education when a child or young people have been absent from school due to a physical or mental health need. 

We are looking to recruit passionate Maths & English teachers and tutors who are eager to play a positive role in a child or young person’s life during what may be a challenging time for them and their family. This is a very rewarding opportunity to be a part of a new service which will ensure a child’s education continues despite their medical need.

About the role 
 
Teachers will be based across Hambleton & Richmondshire, Scarborough/Ryedale/Whitby and Selby and Harrogate/Craven. Travel across the county will sometimes be required. 
 
In this role, you will be responsible for (but not limited to) – 

·       Planning and delivering English tuition to children and young people (CYP) ages 5-18 with medical needs, this may be 1:1 or group tuition.
·       Liaising with schools to gather resources and to work alongside school teachers to mark work completed by the children and young people.
·       Developing positive working relationships with children and young people, school, health, parents/carers and any other professionals involved.
·       Supporting and advising schools and settings, and parents on a wide range of organisational and curriculum issues relating to support for children and young people with physical or mental health needs.

About you 

We are seeking applications from those who not only work well as a team but also by themselves and who can build trusting relationships with professionals and families whilst maintaining professional boundaries.    

You must be able to evidence significant experience of working with children and young people (CYP) in an educational setting, with a good understanding of child/young people’s development and learning processes, including statutory requirements of the SEND Code of Practice. It is essential you have qualified teacher status in English along with up to date curriculum knowledge for ages 5-18.

It is vital that you possess the desire, passion and motivation to work with children and young people and have good emotional resilience in working with challenging behaviours and attitudes. 

What can we offer you?

Successful candidates will receive a full induction day with the new team, which will include training on special exam arrangements and how to submit evidence for an Education Health Care Plan and CPD days each term.
We can also offer you a range of employee benefits, including a competitive salary, generous leave entitlement, a government pension scheme and access to our ‘Everybody Benefits’ package, which includes a variety of retail discounts. You will be fully enabled through mobile kit to work in a highly agile way at locations across designated local authorities. 

We can offer you a comprehensive benefits package including:
Modern flexible working practices;
A local government pension scheme;
Family friendly leave;
Salary sacrifice, employee cash backs and discounts schemes; and
Learning, development and career advancement opportunities.

Interested in joining our team? 

We would love to speak to you about the opportunities available, please contact Sarah Fawcett, Hub Coordinator by emailing sarah.fawcett@northyorks.gov.uk

Key dates

Closing date: Midnight 9 June
Interview date: 17 June

Key information:

Apply

Enhanced Level DBS Disclosure is required for appointment to this post. 

NYCC are committed to directly recruiting staff and will not accept applications nor services from agency suppliers in respect of our vacancies. 

We are committed to meeting the needs of our diverse community and aim to have a workforce reflecting this diversity. We are also committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults. We expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

Medical Education Service English Teachers - Whitby
Salary: Teacher pay scale up to Main Scale 4
Contract: Established
Hours: 0.5 FTE
Locations: Whitby 

We are excited to be launching the new Medical Education Service from September 2020. The service will help schools to provide continuity in education when a child or young people have been absent from school due to a physical or mental health need. 

We are looking to recruit passionate Maths & English teachers and tutors who are eager to play a positive role in a child or young person’s life during what may be a challenging time for them and their family. This is a very rewarding opportunity to be a part of a new service which will ensure a child’s education continues despite their medical need.

About the role 
 
Teachers will be based across Hambleton & Richmondshire, Scarborough/Ryedale/Whitby and Selby and Harrogate/Craven. Travel across the county will sometimes be required. 
 
In this role, you will be responsible for (but not limited to) – 

·       Planning and delivering English tuition to children and young people (CYP) ages 5-18 with medical needs, this may be 1:1 or group tuition.
·       Liaising with schools to gather resources and to work alongside school teachers to mark work completed by the children and young people.
·       Developing positive working relationships with children and young people, school, health, parents/carers and any other professionals involved.
·       Supporting and advising schools and settings, and parents on a wide range of organisational and curriculum issues relating to support for children and young people with physical or mental health needs.

About you 

We are seeking applications from those who not only work well as a team but also by themselves and who can build trusting relationships with professionals and families whilst maintaining professional boundaries.    

You must be able to evidence significant experience of working with children and young people (CYP) in an educational setting, with a good understanding of child/young people’s development and learning processes, including statutory requirements of the SEND Code of Practice. It is essential you have qualified teacher status in English along with up to date curriculum knowledge for ages 5-18.

It is vital that you possess the desire, passion and motivation to work with children and young people and have good emotional resilience in working with challenging behaviours and attitudes. 

What can we offer you?

Successful candidates will receive a full induction day with the new team, which will include training on special exam arrangements and how to submit evidence for an Education Health Care Plan and CPD days each term.
We can also offer you a range of employee benefits, including a competitive salary, generous leave entitlement, a government pension scheme and access to our ‘Everybody Benefits’ package, which includes a variety of retail discounts. You will be fully enabled through mobile kit to work in a highly agile way at locations across designated local authorities. 

We can offer you a comprehensive benefits package including:
Modern flexible working practices;
A local government pension scheme;
Family friendly leave;
Salary sacrifice, employee cash backs and discounts schemes; and
Learning, development and career advancement opportunities.

Interested in joining our team? 

We would love to speak to you about the opportunities available, please contact Sarah Fawcett, Hub Coordinator by emailing sarah.fawcett@northyorks.gov.uk

Key dates

Closing date: Midnight 9 June
Interview date: 17 June

Key information:

Apply

Enhanced Level DBS Disclosure is required for appointment to this post. 

NYCC are committed to directly recruiting staff and will not accept applications nor services from agency suppliers in respect of our vacancies. 

We are committed to meeting the needs of our diverse community and aim to have a workforce reflecting this diversity. We are also committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults. We expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

If you can help us make a difference to young people - we want to hear from you.